Ask Your Doctor if “An Increased Risk of Death” is Right For You”
Seroquel XR® ? Now that’s Depressing!
Quetiapine fumarate is Seroquel XR. Is My Description of Risk of Death So Wrong? strong>
The pharmaceutical industry loves side effects because they create needs for more drugs to treat side effects. The new commercial for a supposed anti-depressant drug called “Seroquel XR” leads off its litany of side effects disclaimer with “some safety information you should be aware of.” Like “Seroquel may cause an increased risk of death.” If I wanted an “increased risk of death” there are other equally wise risk-enhancing choices, like sharing a needle and having unprotected sex with chimpanzees while mainlining heroin with drunk Ice Road Truckers in an Iraqi minefield while juggling live chainsaws with Jeffrey Dahmer on a PCP run while you’re slowly sipping on Gin and Clorox and jumping into a shark tank while having your period or suffering a bleeding head wound. Who knows, they might provide the same amount of relief from…what is it this is supposed to be taken for?
And Now For Something Completely Different
Drugs have side effects and I’m just glad that I can relate to the guys in this remarkable Norwegian story of courage, recovery, and relief:
Damn, I’ll just have to ask my white coated drug dealer if Seroquel is right for me or more right for him.
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